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Pubertal Gynecomastia

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Physiologic pubertal gynecomastia

  • This condition refers to breast development in a male.
  • It occurs about one-third of normal males during early puberty.
  • It takes a mild form in puberty.

  • Small lump beneath the nipple in one or both breasts
  • It may be tender.

  • Estrogen-androgen imbalance

  • It usually requires no treatment.
  • Surgical removal is rarely necessary.
  • It usually goes away within a few months.

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